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The government and opposition in Greece have started to unfold their manifestos in anticipation of national elections which are now scheduled for July 7.
Lowering the tax-free threshold in 2020 has emerged as a red line shared by government and opposition. The measure was pre-legislated in 2017 as part of a package to secure debt relief but was repealed in a last-minute vote in parliament last week. With...
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